European Union Film Festival 2021
- Intimate Enemy
- Duverný neprítel
- Slovakia/Czech Republic2018
- Karel Janák
- EUFF 2021
Zuzana is an up-and-coming sculptor living and working in Bratislava. Her husband, Andrej, is a computer programmer who has created a prototype for a Smart House. Andrej’s Smart House offers residents a whole new living experience where everything is perfect and, supposedly, nothing can go wrong. The couple move into the prototype so that Andrej can fully test the product, which is programmed to cater to Zuzana’s every whim and keep her safe at all costs. Isolated and alone in the Slovakian countryside, however, Zuzana soon feels uncomfortable with this “smart” house watching. Andrej dismisses her concerns, but events quickly turn sinister. Highly stylized and suspenseful, Intimate Enemy asks some unsettling questions about our increasing dependence on technology.
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